Intentional Living – 5 4 3 2 1, then move forwards

If you've been following my blog you'll know that I've struggled a bit with motivation this year and have been slowly working to overcome this. Today I came across what could possibly be the most powerful tool I've seen so far. I've always known that just because you don't want to do something, doesn't mean … Continue reading Intentional Living – 5 4 3 2 1, then move forwards

Minimalism – De-cluttering the ‘Hidden Items’

From the outside looking in, the whole concept seems simple. And yet, there I was on a recent rainy weekend, surrounded by a pile of random crockery, struggling to let it go out of my life. The reality is, handling items that have been part of your life can bring back memories and the emotions that arise can make it hard to let go.

Intentional Living – Breaking free of a results driven life

Plagued by a vague feeling that I wasn’t achieving, but with no proof available either way there were only two choices. I could stick to the plan, find ways to motivate myself and focus on moving forwards in blind faith or I could choose to do nothing, knowing I was making a deliberate choice not to move forwards. Without external feedback, there is no false hope that by some miracle, changes would happen. There is only following the process, or not.